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    I was 60 last October. I was diagnosed 20 years ago July 27. I was almost 40.
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    I was diagnosed 30 years ago at age 42. I am 72 now.

    We should talk sometime about this custom of women to want to hide their ages. It sort of goes along with lots of customs that encourage women to hide their selfdom , to disguise who they are to stay forever childlike. We see this in hair style obsession especially hair color obsession, makeup to cover the clarity of our features and make a clone of acceptable female appearance and even in the childlike squeaky voices common to hear in adult women.
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    I think you're right, Linda. We shouldn't be so coy about our ages. Age is just a number.

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